We provide exemplary services for a range of Air Handling Unit (AHU) that are widely used to re-condition and circulate air as part of heating, ventilating and air-conditioning system. The basic function of the AHU is take in outside air, recondition it and circulates it as fresh air in the atmosphere. We also design AHU for outdoor use, typically on roofs, known as a rooftop unit (RTU). This Air Handling Unit is installed in industries and power plants to extract stale air or circulate air for ventilation and air-conditioning applications. Our system works on some important space parameters such as temperature, humidity, air movement and air cleanliness. This system is manufactured using metal and further perfectly painted to prevent rusting. This system is equipped with a durable fan, cooling coil, filters, humidifiers and mixing box. The purpose of fitting filters in the system is to remove contaminants from the surroundings. This Air Handling Unit is generally connected to an HVAC system for heating, cooling, humidifying and dehumidifying needs.
- Exhaust air is removed, which creates an acceptable indoor air quality.
- Depending on the required temperature of the re-conditioned air, the fresh air is either heated by a recovery unit or heating coil, or cooled by a cooling coil.
- In buildings, where the hygienic requirements for air quality are lower, some of the air from the rooms can be re-circulated via a mixing chamber and this can result in significant energy savings. A mixing chamber has dampers for controlling the ratio between the return, outside and exhaust air.
- A heat/cooling recovery exchanger is normally fitted to the AHU for energy savings and increasing capacity.